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Relief comes in the form of the titular night nurse, Tully, gifted to Marlo by her wealthy brother, and perhaps too good to be true. I was very honest with my partners that I was open to having my own biological kids but that adoption had to be a part of my life. CH: What have you learned about yourself as a parent? To not acknowledge her in coparenting my children would be a lie. CT: My twenties were everything I wanted them to be. There were many situations that didn’t work out, and you’d get attached and have all your hopes up and then just get crushed. I remember you saying when you were getting Jacks that your breasts were sore. I was waiting for so long that when I found out Jackson was born, I was like, Wow, I want this kid so badly that my breasts are hurting.
is a mom movie, albeit one of a very specific socioeconomic status, it’s also a rumination on aging and the erasure of one’s identity when faced with the relentless monotony and drudgery of not just mom life, but life in general. She has jokingly said, “Being a grandparent is what I was born to do.” I was like, “Yo, bitch! I didn’t have postpartum depression or anything like that; it was just my boobs. When motherhood is taking up a lot of space in your head, your brain can tell you that your body is experiencing things.
stars in this one too, playing a mother of three — including a newborn, as is painfully clear by the first footage — who is gifted a night nanny (Mackenzie Davis) named Tully.
Hesitant at first with the extravagance, Theron’s Marlo comes to form a unique bond with the thoughtful, surprising, and sometimes challenging Tully.
She had this moment where she was like, “I don’t know how I’m supposed to feel right now.
I don’t feel like me.” It’s hard to watch a friend go through that.
It wasn’t always an easy film to watch, but that was part of the point. The pair have now reunited on a new project too, by the name of Tully.
Reitman discussed how the three films followed the writer-director team through their own life stages.Again, I’m getting a strong secret-horror-movie vibe from these images, but that might just be my wishful thinking.I’m sure the trailer, which is expected to hit any day now, will clear things up. But I can’t imagine playing this character and not gaining the weight. In South Africa, orphanages were everywhere, and I wanted a brother or sister. But after six years of having my two nuggets, there’s not a day when I wish I hadn’t done this. Then, when I ended that relationship, I had a strong need to be a mom. I didn’t need to travel or go out constantly or drink anymore. CH: People just have a very limited way of thinking about somebody who looks like you, but that’s their preconceived notion. CT: When I first filed [for adoption], my mom showed me a letter I’d written when I was little; I asked if we could go to the orphanage.